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What You Can Do About Bullying

What Can You Do About Bullying? You’re here, so at least you’ve been thinking about the fact that bullying is a pretty big problem. You’re right, it is! But what can you do about it? You can do a lot! Whether you are being bullied, you have seen kids being bullied, or you’re pretty sure you have bullied others, there are plenty of good things you can do to help make sure it doesn’t happen again. No matter how you’ve been affected by bullying, it’s a good idea to talk to an adult. Even though it’s hard to talk to grown-ups sometimes, they can help! But there’s way more to it than that. Check out the Tips For Kids page and learn how YOU can make a difference. Are You Being Bullied? So you’re being bullied, huh? That can feel pretty awful. But, no matter how bad it makes you feel sometimes, you should know you’re not alone. That’s right … there are plenty of kids all over the world who go through the same things you do every day. And, even though you may feel helpless sometimes, there are a lot of things you and others can do to help stop the bullying. Give these tips a try. Always tell an adult. It’s hard to talk about serious things with adults sometimes, but they can help put a stop to bullying. Tell an adult...

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What Is Bullying?

What Is The Definition of Bullying? A lot of young people have a good idea of what bullying is because they see it every day! Bullying happens when someone hurts or scares another person on purpose and the person being bullied has a hard time defending himself or herself. Usually, bullying happens over and over. Punching, shoving, and other acts that hurt people physically Spreading bad rumors about people Keeping certain people out of a “group” Teasing people in a mean way Getting certain people to “gang up” on others Bullying also can happen online or electronically. Cyberbullying is...

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Depression During and After Pregnancy

Introduction For many mothers, the experience of pregnancy and childbirth is often followed by sadness, fear, anxiety, and difficulty making decisions. Many women have difficulty finding the energy to care for themselves, their infants, and their families. Some even have feelings about harming themselves and their children. If this sounds like you or someone you know, there are two important things you should know. You are not alone. Help is near. Depression during or after pregnancy refers to a broad range of physical and emotional struggles that many women face. You may have heard this called the “Baby Blues,”...

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